Stirling University Boat Club

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Stirling University Boat Club
Image showing the rowing club's emblem
Image showing the rowing club's blade colours
Motto Innovation and Excellence
Location Stirling, Scotland
Home water River Forth
Founded 1987 (1987)
University University of Stirling
Colours      Green
Affiliations Scottish Rowing
Website www.facebook.com/stirlinguniversityrowing
Events
Tayforth Boat Race

Stirling University Boat Club is one of the sports clubs who are part of University of Stirling, in the city of Stirling, Scotland.

Originally started in 1987 it has been going continuously ever since.

SUBC is affiliated to Scottish Rowing,[1] the National Governing Body for rowing in Scotland.

In December 2013, the university played host to the competition BUCS Indoors, an indoor ergometer event, at the Gannochy Sports Hall.[2]

Training[edit]

Training sessions on the water take place at Stirling Rowing Club located near the centre of Stirling, on a stretch of the River Forth. Land training sessions take place at the University of Stirling, Scotland's University for Sporting Excellence. The club makes use of the high class weights rooms for Strength and Conditioning.

Tayforth Boat Race[edit]

The Tayforth Boat Race[3] is the annual university boat race between the University of Stirling and the University of Dundee. The race features competing coxed fours (4+) and/or mixed eights (8+) on a 2 km stretch of the River Forth.

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